Dr. Bermant's Guide to: Museums Galleries and Art - Websites of Interest Richmond Virginia

museums Richmond VirginiaExplore museums, galleries, and art. Richmond is an exciting place to live. Here is an introduction to what can be found in Richmond Virginia and surrounding Chesterfield County, Goochland, Hanover, Powhatan, Cumberland, Chesterfield, Henrico, Charles City Counties and more.

Richmond Museum of Fine Arts

Museums and Art of Richmond VA

Agecroft Hall

On the banks of the James River stands a remarkable Tudor estate. And by Tudor, we're not simply referring to an architectural style. This manor house was actually built in Lancashire, England in the late 15th Century. Magnificent gardens and grounds. 4305 Sulgrave Road, Richmond, Virginia (804) 353-4241

Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia

The Museum seeks to become a permanent repository for visual, oral and written records and artifacts commemorating the lives and accomplishments of Blacks in Virginia. "Our goal is to become a statewide resource on the many facets of Black history through exhibitions, discussions and celebrations." Clay Street Richmond, Virginia 23219 Phone (804) 780- 9093

Children's Museum of Richmond

Educational experience with interactive flash player rich site featuring a museum calendar, school programs, membership, party information.

Crump Park / Meadow Farm Museum

This 1860s living historical farm recreates the life of a middle-class rural family. Changing exhibits, a gift shop and orientation video are featured in the orientation center. 3400 Mountain Road; in Glen Allen (804) 501-5520

Edgar Allan Poe Museum

The Poe Museum provides a retreat into early nineteenth century Richmond where Edgar Allan Poe lived and worked. The museum features the life and career of Edgar Allan Poe by documenting his accomplishments with pictures, relics, and verse, and focusing on his many years in Richmond.

Library of Virginia

Details, hours, exhibits located 800 East Broad Street Richmond VA (804) 692-3500.

Museum of the Confederacy

A private, nonprofit institution maintaining the world's largest and most comprehensive collection of military, political and domestic artifacts and art associated with the period of the Confederacy, 1861-1865.

Museums on the Boulevard

The Museums on the Boulevard are a unique group of significant community treasures that serve as exciting destinations for educational enrichment and tourism in the heart of Richmond neighborhoods.

Pamplin Historical Park and The National Museum of the Civil War Soldier

The 422-acre park features the dazzling and exciting National Museum of the Civil War Soldier, where the visitor is immersed in a gripping and entertaining personal encounter with the story of the common soldier of the Civil War. 6125 Boydton Plank Rd, Petersburg, Virginia toll free (877)PAMPLIN

Science Museum of Virginia

Museum and IMax Dome Theater with information about the science museum, its exhibits, shows, programs, films, classes, outreach activities and satellite museums. 2500 West Broad Street, Richmond VA (804) 367-6552

University Museums University of Richmond

Lora Robins Gallery of Design from nature has minerals, gems, shells and decorative arts. Marsh Art Gallery has art exhibitions from the magic of Walt Disney to impressionist pastels by Paul Maze. Richmond Virginia (804) 289-8276

The Virginia Holocaust Museum

A tribute to Holocost survivors featuring hands on children's exhibits and educational resource center. 213 Roseneath Rd. Richmond (804) 257-5400

Valentine Museum

Museum of the life and history of Richmond Virginia 1015 E. Clay St. Richmond, VA (804) 649-0711

Virginia Aviation Museum

A shrine to the "Golden Age of Aviation" enhances the Science Museum's aerospace exhibits with its extensive collection of vintage flying machines. The incomparable SR-71 Blackbird is on display. Stroll past exhibits on pioneer aviation, World War II and the Virginia Aviation Hall of Fame. Enjoy aviation films and lectures in the Benn Theater.

Virginia Historical Society

The Virginia Historical Society, the Center for Virginia History, collects, preserves, and interprets the commonwealth's past for the education and enjoyment of present and future generations. With an extensive library, museum, and archive, the Virginia Historical Society serves as the commonwealth's museum for state history.

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Guide to this Richmond treasure. An outstanding collection spanning 6,000 years includes Faberge, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Impressionism, post-Impressionism, Contemporary, American, Classical, Byzantine, African, Egyptian, Chinese, Japanese, Tibetan and Indian art. 2800 Grove Avenue Richmond, VA (804) 340-1400

Wilton House Museum

An Architectural Gem Featuring Fully Paneled Interiors. Collection of 18th and 19th Century Silver, Porcelain, and Furniture. 215 South Wilton Road Richmond, Virginia (804) 282-5936


Art 180

We have since brought art programs to more than 250 young people, and reached more than 500 others through community projects and other one-day events. We continue to recruit artists to design projects for children in community centers, shelters and public housing communities.

ArtDump is a professional clearinghouse for one-of-a-kind original artwork. "We specialize in works by artists who do not have access to major markets", and who thus are happy to"charge less than they might" in a big-city gallery or show. Rice VA 23966

Art Gallery 1708

A non-profit space for new art located at 103 East Broad Street, Richmond, VA (804) 643-7829


A non-profit gallery for the visual and performing arts. 6 East Broad St. Richmond, VA (804) 782-8672


Richmond Art magazine and resources on the web.

The Bizarre Bazaar

Unique marketplaces featuring hundreds of exclusive exhibitors selected from the best craft and gift shows in America. Richmond Raceway Complex 600 E. Laburnum Ave. Richmond Virginia (804) 673-6280

Brazier Fine Art

A gallery located in Richmond, Virginia, representing artists working in the realist and modern impressionist styles. 3401 West Cary Street, Richmond, Virginia (804) 359-2787

Chasen Galleries

3554 West Cary Street in Carytown Richmond Virginia (804) 204-1048

For Art's Sake

3451 West Cary Street Richmond, VA (804)353-8101

Hand Workshop Art Center

A comprehensive regional art center located in the historic Fan District of Richmond, Virginia. Where children and adults take classes ranging from painting, pottery, and photography to welding, jewelry, and weaving Gallery exhibitions featuring emerging and established local, regional, national, and international artists. Where artists teach, exhibit, and find an artistic home. 1812 West Main Street Richmond, VA (804) 353-0094

Homespun Art Co-op

HomeSpun Art Co-op 2223 Maple Street Virginia Beach, VA 23451

One Off

Group of Richmond Virginia based artists with collective exhibitions of various print media.

Rentz Gallery

1700 West Main Street, Richmond Virginia (804) 358-5338

Richmond Esoteric Art League

The function of this league is to present figurative representation in a different light without straying from realism.

Shindler Gallery

Eric Schindler Gallery Richmond's oldest art gallery, is located in the Binford-Pasternak House in the heart of the St. John's Church Historic District in Church Hill.2305 East Broad St. - Richmond, Virginia (804) 644-5005

Shockoe Bottom Art Center

Exhibits and artist studios. Located in a pale green factory occupying an entire city block in the Shockoe Bottom section of downtown Richmond, Virginia. (804) 643-7959


Art, Photography, Poetry, from Richmond Virginia

Virginia Art Education Association

Non-profit service to promote, support and advance visual arts education within the Commonwealth of Virginia through professional development, leadership and service.

Virginia Commission for the Arts

The Commission distributes grant awards to artists, arts and other not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, educators and local governments, and provides technical assistance in arts management.

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